基礎英語3 2019/2/22 R39
22 金 R39 Sho, you’re way too honest. 翔、おまえはあまりにも正直者だ
Hi, Dad. You’re up early today.
Good morning, Sho. I’m going to help with snow removal. There isn’t much snow on our roof, but houses near the mountain have much more snow on their rooftops than ours. And that needs to be removed as soon as possible.
Why don’t you look for volunteers?
Because you need experience to safely remove snow from rooftops. Many people think snow is light, but it’s actually very heavy.
You know, David told me some towns have events to learn about snow removal.
Good idea. We can try it next year.
Make sure everyone gets to eat afterwards. Anyway, I’m going running. Take care, Dad.
You too, Sho.
Naoki said to Sho, “There isn’t much snow on our roof, but houses near the mountain have (1) more snow on their rooftops ( ) ours. And that needs to be removed as soon as possible.”
Yoko, you’re becoming faster at typing on the keyboard.
To keep up with the times, I’m starting a blog in the spring.
Incredible! By the way…
Oh, yes. You were worried about the redevelopment of Satoyama Ravine. There was nothing about it on the town’s homepage.
Maybe it was false information. I think it just hasn’t been decided. According to the December edition of the Mayor’s Records, it says, The mayor and members of the regional development board inspected the closed town hotel.”
There’s a picture. Mr. Aoki is in there.
If you want to know what’s going on, you should ask the people in this picture. I’ll ask them for you.
David was worried about the redevelopment of Satoyama Ravine. (2) to the December edition of the Mayor’s Records, it ( ), “The mayor and members of the regional development board inspected the closed town hotel.”
Sho! I knew it!
Huh? What do you know? By the way, this scarf from Kanon is nice and warm.
Miki’s coming to school today, right?
That’s right. She cannot stay in the school dorm. She went to Tokyo to look for a place to live, but she’s back now. So, what’s up?
As Kanon’s brother, I’m happy that you’re wearing her scarf. But I’ll tell you this as a friend. I don’t think it’s a good idea that you’re wearing her scarf, because Miki won’t like it.
You think? When I texted Miki that Kanon gave me a scarf, she texted back, “Good for you.”
Yota What? Sho, you’re way too honest.
As Kanon’s brother, Yota was (3,2) Sho wore Kanon’s scarf. But, as Sho’s friend, Yota told him, “I don’t think it’s a good idea that you’re wearing her scarf, because Miki won’t like it.”
Your entrance exam is next week, Sho. Keep studying!
Of course. By the way, I want you to celebrate after I pass the exam.
You haven’t passed it yet, Sho. If you do, I’ll raise your pocket money.
Thanks, Grandma. But I meant I’d like you to come with me to Mari’s group exhibition.
I received an invitation from her. It’s in Tokyo, right? I can’t go. I have to look after the ryokan.
Grandma, it’s Mari’s first ever art exhibition. We have to support that together as a family.
Well, yes, but the ryokan.
If it were Grandpa, I’m sure he would gladly come….
Oh, all right! I’ll go.
Sho told Yoko he wanted her to celebrate after passing his exam. He said, “I’d like you to come with me to Mari’s group exhibition.” Yoko said, “I (4) go. I ( ) to look after the ryokan.”
up 上に、増加して , go up 接近のイメージ come up to me
get up, shut up 上にから、起き上がる、取り上げる、完全に、口を閉じる、閉店する
We need (1,2) food and water.
The (2,3) a ferry is sailing near here.
I’m (3,2) you are here with us. Can you take us there?
I’m (), but I do that.
2月22日（金）レFriday、February 22 39 Progress Portfolio英語を使ってCAN-DOの内容がどのくらいできるようになったかできる度チェック」をしましょう共通CAN-DO賛成・反対について自分の考えを言えるVできる度チェック
I’m happy that all my friends passed the entrance exam
Your father is disappointed that you gave up your dream.
Today, I have much more work to do than yesterday.
I have much less money in the bank than my sisters.
OK, that’s the end of this week 39.
Kiso Eigo 3
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